Africa

22.04.2015 Johannes Thengi Jiyane

South African welcomes fellow Africans to Indaba

South African welcomes fellow Africans to Indaba

Durban, South Africa: As the country is undergoing difficult times of xenophobia/afrophobia attacks, this has left a sour taste across the world. By J.T. Jiyane Yet, South Africa is known world wide because of her fine Constitution, and who can forget the Madiba magic – Rugby World Cup of 1995 … »

19.04.2015 Pressenza Hong Kong

Re-writing history, retracing different steps

Re-writing history, retracing different steps

South African Democratic Teachers Union is calling for the re writing of history books for schools. The Union said this recently through its Secretary General Mr. Mugewna Maluleke that South African history should be re-written by Africans without the Western influences.  By J.T. Jiyane The Union is of the opinion … »

16.04.2015 Tony Robinson

South Africans march in support of immigrants

South Africans march in support of immigrants

Economic difficulties in South Africa have led to a rise in xenophobia with a number of people being attacked and killed in Durban recently as a result of King Zwelithini of the ethnic Zulu tribe saying that immigrants should return to their countries of origin. Some members of immigrant communities … »

14.04.2015 Johannes Thengi Jiyane

Crimes of colour

Crimes of colour

When they should be free like everybody born innocent, they are not because their fellow countrymen are pulling them down because of their skin condition. In Tanzania it is still taboo to discuss positive issues related to people with albinism. To most Africans whatever is being discussed about people with … »

07.04.2015 Pressenza Hong Kong

South Africa’s Ministry of Health sitting on lawsuits

South Africa’s Ministry of Health sitting on lawsuits

The Health Ministry of South Africa is providing free primary health care to citizens in public hospitals and clinics. Though, it is under pressure to deliver service to about 80% of the population. Therefore, the government is responding with a fa reaching reform plan to revitalise and restructure the South … »

06.04.2015 Tony Robinson

In Kenya’s war on corruption: some you win, some you lose

In Kenya’s war on corruption: some you win, some you lose

On the 26th of March this year, President Kenyatta shocked those watching and listening as he gave his “State of the Nation” address in parliament. Instead of a regular condemnation of corruption in government as normally happens by Kenyan politicians, Kenyatta went much further by lodging with Parliament a report … »

31.03.2015 Pressenza Hong Kong

South Africa’s political assassinations continue

South Africa’s political assassinations continue

South Africa-Reports reveal that although there are no official statistics of political assassinations in the country,  we are reliably told that there are about 400 unregistered political assassinations’ cases.These political assassinations have been committed after 1994, in the new political dispensation of South Africa.  By JT. Jiyane Mpumalanga Province and … »

31.03.2015 Pressenza Hong Kong

Easy money for South Africa corruption suspects

Easy money for South Africa corruption suspects

In South Africa there are hundreds of suspended officials who are still under the state payroll. The government of South Africa spends millions of Rands on suspended officials who are paid to sit at home and do nothing for the whole year, and some stay at home for up to five years or even … »

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